Thursday, January 14, 2016

Five-Seven Five Review

Five-Seven-Five (The Boy with Words, #1)
This book was an interesting science fiction fantasy book. The main character White was a well developed character. She was curious, determined, and courageous. The world building could have been developed more, i think in my opinion. The main plot is that White wants to find out more about the outside world because her community is very strict. One of the reasons of is pieces of messages that her cousin brings back with him. The whole thing with the messages drew me in to the story until it's revealed where they actually come from. Another character is Kes who is a person that White meets while she is trying to explore outside. i felt conflicted with Kes. There were times where he would act interested in White and then the next they're friends. The date scene is where i was confused because I though that he was interested in White because of the way he was acting throughout the book with her. He always wants to see her, writing poems about her, he's excited when she's there. Of course all those signs would make White think he was interested in her. Through it all, the ending left on a cliffhanger and i can't wait to read it when it comes out. I rated this book 4 stars.

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